Poppyscotland is to host an Open Day to recognise the commitment and dedication of those who serve as Reservists in the Armed Forces.Read more
The employer toolkit provides information on all aspects of employing reservists. This includes: an outline of the benefits of employing reservists; guidance for line managers on how to manage reservists; managing requests regarding time off for training; details of rights and responsibilities, and financial assistance for employers and guidance and actions for when a reservist is mobilised, demobilised and returns to work.Read more
Whether you’ve already started working on your business idea, or are just considering self-employment, come along to our business workshop and meet like-minded people.
This practical workshop will take you through the pros and cons of self-employment. Working both as a group and individually, you will gain an awareness of what starting up a business means; to you, your family, and your finances.Read more
Our two-day Business Start Up Skills course expands on the content from our Self Employment Discovery workshop. This course provides veterans, families, spouses, reservists and cadets from all services, who intend to start up their own businesses, specific training to enable them to launch and sustain it. This course contains a mixture of down to earth, practical advice and essential application tools to start a successful business.Read more
Members of the Army Reserve in Lincoln helped raised £550 for charity last weekend (Sunday 5 February) thanks to a special match being held in aid of The Royal British Legion’s (RBL) Poppy Appeal.
10 reservists from 160 (Lincoln) Transport Squadron joined colleagues from the Army Reserve’s wider 158 Regiment Royal Logistics Corps (RLC) to form a side to ‘go in to battle’ with the RBL’s Select 15 from Lincoln Rugby Union Football Club (RUFC) to take part in the match held at Longdales Park, Lincoln.Read more
Staff at The Royal Navy and Royal Marines Charity (RNRMC) were delighted to recently spend time with their Vice Patron and major donor, Honorary Commander Lance Batchelor RNR.
Lance, who toured the charity’s premises accompanied by his wife Wendy, is the CEO of Saga plc, the FTSE-listed provider of Insurance, Travel, Financial Services and Homecare to the over 50s.Read more